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C.  Cost, Benefits, and Effectiveness (Continued)

progress being made toward serving handicapped children. In addition, De-
partment and Congressional staff have used data from studies conducted
under this program to redirect program priorities of regional resource cen-
ters and deaf-blind centers away from the provision of direct services which
overlap State responsibilities and toward providing technical assistance.

D.  Plans for Program Improvement and Recommendations for Legislation
None.

E.  Supporting Studies and Analyses Cited in Section C Above:

1. "Education of the Handicapped Funding PrioritiesóDecember 13, 1984."
The Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Program files.

F.  Other Supporting Data
None.

III. RESPONSE TO GEPA 417(b)

No studies related to this program are currently in progress.

Contact for Further Information

Program Operations: Bill Wolf, (202) 732-1009
Program Studies: Elaine Green, (202) 245-8877

Note:

1. Adjusted for comparative transfer of $30,000 to Department of Education,
Departmental management, salaries and expenses. No adjustments are made
for prior fiscal years.ncentive Grants Program. Studies also provide the basis for the Annual